AEW’s final pay-per-view event of the year is set to go down in Long Island, and the entire pro wrestling world is about to take notice, as Tony Khan brings another loaded show. Now, we have a breakdown of tonight’s card, and it could be an unpredictable night.

AEW Worlds End is set to be broadcast live on Saturday, December 30th, starting at 8 pm ET from the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Long Island, New York. Their Zero-Hour kickoff show will begin at 6:30 PM. The event will be on BR Live, but FITE TV for the rest of the world outside the United States.

The AEW Worlds End card is set to feature an exciting lineup of matches. The main event will see MJF defend his AEW World Title against Samoa Joe. That match could have any number of conclusions, especially since Joe aligned himself with The Devil on AEW Dynamite’s December 27th episode.

Another championship match on the card includes Christian Cage taking on Adam Copeland for the AEW TNT Title. That match between E&C will be a No DQ contest.


The Continental Classic Final will showcase a battle between Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston. The TBS Title will be up for grabs as Julia Hart faces off against Abadon.

Other notable matches include Hook defending the FTW Title against Wheeler Yuta, which could be interesting, since it will be a street fight setting. Miro is also taking on Andrade El Idolo.

Swerve Strickland is finally going head-to-head with Keith Lee. Additionally, the Battle of Long Island will see Kris Statlander clash with Willow Nightingale during the Zero-Hour.

The event will also feature a tag team match with Sammy Guevara, Chris Jericho, Sting, and Darby Allin facing Ricky Starks, Big Bill, Will Hobbs, and Konosuke Takeshita.

AEW Worlds End Card (12/30/23):

  • AEW World Heavyweight Title Match: MJF (champion) vs. Samoa Joe
  • Continental Classic Tournament Finals: Eddie Kingston vs. Jon Moxley
  • AEW TNT Championship No DQ Match: Christian Cage (champion) vs. Adam Copeland
  • AEW Women’s World Championship Match: Toni Storm (champion) vs. Riho
  • AEW TBS Championship Match: Julia Hart (champion) vs. Abadon
  • Singles Match: Swerve Strickland vs. Keith Lee
  • Singles Match: Andrade El Idolo vs. Miro
  • Eight-Man Tag Team Match: Sting, Darby Allin, Sammy Guevara & Chris Jericho vs. Big Bill, Ricky Starks, Powerhouse Hobbs & Konosuke Takeshita
  • Eight-Man Tag Team Match: Bryan Danielson, Claudio Castagnoli, Mark Briscoe & Daniel Garcia vs. Jay White, Rush, Jay Lethal & Brody King
  • Zero-Hour Pre-Show FTW Championship With FTW Rules Match: HOOK (champion) vs. Wheeler Yuta
  • Zero-Hour Pre-Show 20-Man Battle Royal For Future TNT Title Shot: Competitors TBA.
  • Zero-Hour Pre-Show Match: Kris Statlander vs. Willow Nightingale

As a reminder, Ringside News will be providing live play-by-play coverage of AEW Worlds End on December 30, 2023 over in our AEW Worlds End results hub. Keep checking back for any late-breaking news regarding the event.

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